Psychological

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“With powerful language, Usami reveals a terrifying world of teenage fan obsession.”

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Max Little is dying and wants to leave behind something of his life.

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“quick glimpses into different lives”

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There have been many accounts of Cary Grant’s life and career, tracing his ascent from British music halls to American vaudeville to Broadway to a career of over three decades as one of Hollywood’s

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Signal Fires is perfectly crafted and developed . . .”

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If memory is indispensable for our sense of a coherent, continued self, what happens when memories fragment, when trauma untracks our understanding of the past? Who, then, do we become?

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Louisa Treger opens her historical novel about the life of intrepid reporter Nellie Bly in 1887 as she arrives on Blackwell Island, home of the notorious women’s insane asylum.

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“Rarely does this novel read like correspondence. The prose is too fine, the settings too detailed, the pacing exquisite.”

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Greenland is another fine contribution to a growing canon of Black queer fiction.”

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The Foundling touches on important issues like women’s autonomy, racism, classism, and anti-Semitism, as well as other social justice issues.”

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“This book is annoying from the get-go. Most annoying is not knowing the fundamental rule of suspense. . . .

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The writing is excellent, the characters well rounded with believable human flaws and peculiarities, and the plot intriguing with lots of learning for the reader.”

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“succeeds, thanks to Seckin’s unrelentingly honest excavations and sharply beautiful language.”

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“Knox knows how to spin a great thriller, and in True Crime Story he reveals a new way to entangle the threads while ramping up risk and even a touch of horror. . .

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In the compactly rich novel The Femme Fatale Hypothesis, author David Roth presents three equal protagonists and places them in an urgent, and at the same time leisurely, path to and throu

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“Hermans has written a classic with this book, a scathing exploration of human nature, of the small pettiness that consumes people even in the most dramatic of situations.”

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Lean Fall Stand is a narrative about hope, surrender, and possibilities. Jon McGregor is an extraordinary writer, a shepherd of perfect prose.”